Unpatterns by Simian Mobile Disco, released 23 February 2017 1. I Waited For You 2. Cerulean 3. Seraphim 4. A Species Out Of Control 5. Interference 6. Put Your Hands Together 7. The Dream Of The Fisherman's Wife 8. Your Love Ain't Fair 9. Pareidolia It’s a record full of love, dedication, hard-earned experience, obvious understanding of decades of electronic music from across scenes and styles, and huge fun. It’s completely of the now, showing a band as familiar with Blawan and Lone as they are with Silver Apples and Phuture, but never jumping on bandwagons. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album.
Unpatterns is the third studio album by English electronic music duo Simian Mobile Disco, released on 14 May 2012 by Wichita Recordings. The reason for this is that the "rear" cover, which is screen printed with a set of wavy lines, together with the reverse-packed printed CD, form a moiré pattern which can be manipulated by rotating the CD in its case.
Unpatterns (CD, Album). Liberator Music, Wichita. There seems to be two Simian Mobile Disco: the one featured in Attack Decay Sustain Release and in Temporary Pleasure, which seems to be a couple of producers who approach electronica in the late Chemical Brothers fashion (lots of colaborations, pop attitude behind all those beats), and the SMD that released singles in Delicacies, that crafted The Clock and Extra Temporary eps and. the ones that released this album
Unpatterns - Студийный альбом от Simian Mobile Disco. В альбом вошло 25 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:15:48. 1. Simian Mobile Disco. A Species Out of Control. 2. Fourteenth Principles. 3. 4. 5. The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife. 6. I Waited for You. 04:30. 7. Put Your Hands Together. 8. Your Love Ain't Fair. 9. 10. 11.
Unpatterns comes across as a reaction to Simian Mobile Disco 's previous two full-length releases. Temporary Pleasure (2009) featured a series of guest vocalists over productions that were largely busy and bright. Delicacies (2010) compiled alternately nutty and stern tracks that resembled a soundclash between the Perlon and 240 Volts labels circa 2003. Unpatterns, comparatively, is leaner and more insular. In terms of popularity, the album is not likely to rival Attack Decay Sustain Release. It's not as novel, either, but it's exceptionally crafted.
Simian Mobile Disco - Unpatterns It's been three years since the release of Simian Mobile Disco's much-derided second album, Temporary Pleasures. James Ford and Jas Shaw were upbraided for an over-reliance on star names and spreading them over an unholy mish-mash of styles. Frankly, everyone involved sounded bored and uninspired. The irony was that Ford was making a great success of producing albums for indie heroes like Arctic Monkeys